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- 1.0Mar 2, 2023SalesFormer Employee, more than 1 year
In the face of adversity, the workers remained resilient, finding joy in their work and never giving up on their quest for workplace justice and honor.
The grim reality of poverty and exploitation weighed heavily on the employees, as they struggled to provide for themselves and their families in the face of oppressive working conditions and meager wages. The lack of job security and benefits hampered their ability to plan for the future and build a better life, as they were forced to live paycheck to paycheck and had no safety net in case of illness or injury.
- 1.0Feb 12, 2023Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
I could work independently without people always nosing around my business even the manager didn't meddle around.
The extreme pressure at work was TERRIBLE and UNBEARABLE! Our manager didn't even offer any support and was HORRIBLE at his job! When we should be trained by him, he should also be trained with leadership and management! That way, work stress might lessen, as well as exhausted employees!
- 2.0Dec 15, 2022SalesFormer Employee, more than 1 year
Some genuinely great people to work and hang out with within and outside the office. There were also free coffee and free food sometimes.
The company should be ashamed of pretending to have a "Learning and Development" department. Once you're in, you'll be expected to attend some cookie-cutter training that teaches you no industry skills whatsoever. Doesn't matter though, since you're only expected to work on the back-office paper pushing, with no or little training that is needed.
- 1.0Oct 31, 2022Physical TherapistFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Lots of people like to denigrate onsite management but they really weren't bad and were not hard to work for a get along with.
Policies and work practices were not documented so everyone seemed to make it up as they go along and were extremely reactionary. Long hours, too many responsibilities for the amount of pay, zero time for training. Not anywhere near a professional environment unless maybe you mean professional wrestling.
- 1.0Oct 7, 2022Physical TherapistFormer Employee, more than 1 year
Somehow, they were able to get good people that believe in what they were doing, but only temporarily because those smart people would eventually realize how badly they were being treated.
The owner won't let good management do their job. He also treated employees as if they should be grateful to have a job when really, he should be grateful people want to work for him. Nobody stayed for long. Everyone was led on with broken promises and they always leave disgruntled.
- 2.0Aug 22, 2022Rehabilitation CoordinatorFormer Employee, less than 1 year
I was looking forward to this job because it was new to me. I was hoping to learn new things, but I have to learn on my own.
This is probably the worst company to ever work for. I was recently hired, and the training wasn't what I expected. It doesn't fully equip you with all tools you need for the job, and basically I'd need to learn along the way. but everyone expecs me to know what to do in every case. It;s so frustrating and thepressure is UNBEARABLE!
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Access Therapies has an overall rating of 2.7 out of 5, based on over 24 reviews left anonymously by employees. 44% of employees would recommend working at Access Therapies to a friend and 43% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has decreased by -2% over the last 12 months.
44% of Access Therapies employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Access Therapies 2.4 out of 5 for work life balance, 2.5 for culture and values and 2.6 for career opportunities.